The CEO of the fuel giant Orlen, Daniel Obajtek, has said that the merger with another state oil company, Lotos, which was finalized on Monday, and the planned merger with the gas giant PGNiG, would create an important player on the international market. In an interview for Polish public Radio 1 on Tuesday, Obajtek said […]
Both the head of Poland’s fuel giant Orlen and the head of the gas conglomerate PGNiG were on board a plane that suffered a mysterious problem in Kazakhstan where the heads were in all probability attempting to secure Kazakh natural gas
Polish PKN Orlen to extend its business to Slovakia by building gas stations through the Benzina brand. The main goal is to construct 10 new facilities by the end of 2019 and to become a key player in Slovakia’s retail market in the next 2 to 3 years.
The CEO of petrol giant Orlen accuses his predecessors of being guilty of a crime against the Polish economy. Daniel Obajtek explains how companies siphoned money away from state companies during previous governments.
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